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Mark Eller


As IMBA's communications director, Mark Eller publishes newsletters (both print and electronic), special reports and web pages to illuminate all of the organization's activities. Eller has worked for IMBA since 2005. Before that he was a magazine editor, working for publications ranging from Rock and Ice to Vegetarian Times.

How to Stop Mountain Biking From Eating Itself

Posted: November 3 - 2014

Photo: Alison Littlefield and Ryan Littlefield mountain biking on a trail with Mount Timpanogos in the background in Provo Canyon, Utah. Courtesy Scott Markewitz Photography. A reoccurring talking... Read More

Advanced Trail Building School in Arkansas

Posted: October 27 - 2014

IMBA Trail Solutions team of Alex Harrington and Jesse Livingston recently visited Mt. Kessler, near Fayetteville, Arkansas, to teach advanced trail building techniques October 24-26th. Chapters from... Read More

Go Take a Hike

Posted: August 2 - 2013

A kerfuffle broke out this week when the American Hiking Society posted an online petition urging the National Park Service and U.S. Forest Service to "protect the hiking experience on National... Read More

Rocky Mountain Highs (and Lows) at the Silver Rush 50 MTB

Posted: July 17 - 2013

Last weekend, IMBA communications director Mark Eller joined development director Rich Cook and many other members of the IMBA family to race the Silver Rush 50 MTB event in Leadville, Colorado. The... Read More

A cyclist's guide to getting hit by a truck

Posted: May 18 - 2013

Photo: Author Mark Eller, IMBA's communication director, getting treated at the scene of his road biking accident. First, I'm under no illusion that getting hit by a pickup truck while riding my... Read More

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